Victorian Literature, 1830-1900

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Dorothy Mermin, Herbert F. Tucker
Harcourt College Publishers, 2002 - Literary Collections - 1140 pages
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This new anthology emphasizes Victorian nonfiction prose and verse with a generous, fresh selection of pieces from authors within the canon as well as outside of it.

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Benjamin Jowett from On the Interpretation
Peter Gaskell from Artisans and Machinery
Charles Dickens from On Strike 1854 18 in Plain Language of the Most Important Laws

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About the author (2002)

Dorothy Mermin is professor in and chair of the Department of English at Cornell University.

Herbert Tucker grew up in New England and was educated at Moses Brown School, Amherst College, and Yale University. He has served on the faculty at Northwestern University, the University of Michigan and, since 1986, the University of Virginia, where in 2003 he was named to the John C. Coleman
Chair in English. At Virginia he is an associate editor for the journal New Literary History and a series editor of Victorian Literature and Culture for the University Press.

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